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Re: Cremation or burial? -Reply

The Boss has a plan for the end times which
involves a no waste -- no disposal process.  I
think its called RAPTURE.


Ralph E. Cooper, Ph.D., J.D.
14139 Woodstream
San Antonio, TX 78231
-----Original Message-----
From: Beth Graves <Beth_Graves@p2pays.org>
To: 'Butner, Robert S' <butner@battelle.org>;
p2tech@great-lakes.net <p2tech@great-lakes.net>
Cc: K968048@kingston.ac.uk
<K968048@kingston.ac.uk>; 'Sue Sommerfelt'
<Sue.Sommerfelt@uni.edu>; Brian Noble
Date: Thursday, October 14, 1999 5:04 PM
Subject: RE: Cremation or burial? -Reply

>On this issue of burial to "promote composting."
It is my understanding
>that state or maybe federal regulations REQUIRE
you to be buried in a
>"vault" and casket which basically prevents
decomposition (not to mention
>all the embalming fluids).  I don't think you CAN
naturally compost even if
>you wanted to.  I would love someone to tell me
>Beth Graves